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I finally know why Smokey Bear doesn’t have a middle name … anymore. When I was growing up, it was always Smokey THE Bear. Then, mysteriously, Smokey’s middle name began to disappear, becoming a sort of now-you-see-it, now-you-don’t ex-the. more
During a June 18 meeting via Zoom, Las Cruces Economic Recovery Ad Hoc board (LCERAHB) members discussed ways to build public confidence in frequenting local businesses as the city economy continues to reopen amid the COVID-19 pandemic. more
“This is really challenging time for all of us with the public health emergency, especially those who are most vulnerable,” Doña Ana County Commissioner Manuel Sanchez said Wednesday, July 1, as he participated in a Zoom news conference to discuss a statewide survey regarding Hispanic families in New Mexico who are ineligible for federal COVID-19 relief. more
Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham on Thursday announced the state of New Mexico will re-enact emergency public health restrictions on high-contact indoor environments where face-coverings are not worn in … more
New Mexico 14,251 cases, 395,881 tests (3.6% pos), 533 died, 6,118 recovered, 154 hospitalized. July 8: 14,017 cases, 389,687 tests (3.6%), 527 died, 6,051 recovered, 154 hospitalized. Doña … more
Suspect arrested in June 29 hotel shooting The suspect believed to be responsible for the June 29 shooting at a local hotel – a shooting that injured a 35-year-old man – has … more
Governor signs public safety accountability bill Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham signed legislation Wednesday requiring New Mexico police officers to wear body cameras as a deterrent against … more
These statistics include updates from Wednesday, July 8, 2020. New Mexico 14,017 cases, 389,687 tests (3.6% pos), 527 died, 6,051 recovered, 154 hospitalized. July 7: 13,727 cases, 385,242 … more
These statistics include updates from Tuesday, July 7, 2020. New Mexico 13,727 cases, 385,242 tests (3.563% pos), 519 died, 5,986 recovered, 133 hospitalized. July 6: 13,507 cases, 380,240 tests (3.55%), 515 died, 5,902 recovered, 129 hospitalized. more
About 168,000 New Mexico families whose children receive free or reduced-price lunch at school will receive $67 million in Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits, or food stamps, this week. more
Master Sensei Eli Guzman, left, president of Guzman Sport Karate Kickboxing, presented a $500 check June 29 to help support Jardin de los Niños. more
Ilana Lapid’s film students were halfway through the spring semester when the worldwide pandemic hit and the New Mexico State University campus transitioned to online instruction. more
U.S. breaks 3 million mark in cases These statistics include updates from Monday, July 6, 2020. New Mexico July 6: 13,507 cases, 380,240 tests (3.55% pos), 515 died, 5,902 recovered, 129 hospitalized. July 1: 12,276 cases, 350,060 tests (3.51% pos), 500 died, 5,514 recovered, 127 hospitalized. more
Entries are in, judging is done and now it is time to present the “Celebrating our Heroes” Virtual Electric Light Parade. The online event can be accessed at any time beginning at 10 a.m. … more
Police Chief Patrick Gallagher was selected in the fall of 2017 as the City's Police Chief following a thorough process which involved input from community groups, representatives of the local police … more
Fay Lisk was 12 years old and fast asleep at 5:30 a.m., July 16, 1945, when her mother was outside doing something and saw a big flash in the sky. Their family lived on a ranch some 45 miles north of … more
With the easing of public health and safety restrictions enacted by the State of New Mexico health officials, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) announced that the Taos Field Office is increasing recreational access to the Rio Verde and Pilar Campgrounds for day-use only. more
At the request of community members, the Las Cruces Public Schools Board of Education will consider possibly renaming Oñate High School at a special meeting on July 14. more
As we proceed though the phases of reopening after the statewide shutdown, Downtown Las Cruces Partnership (DLCP) is taking the pulse of the region. more
Lost a cat? Found a dog? Stray ferret frolicking about your garden? The City of Las Cruces has added a new map to its website that shows areas within the city where companion animals have been reported as strays. more
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